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  • The Big Trail (NR)

    A large-scale 1930 Fox western originally shot in a 70-millimeter wide-screen format known as the "Grandeur" process. more...
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  • Canyon Passage (NR)

    After making his name with Val Lewton's horror unit at RKO, director Jacques Tourneur moved up to more prestigious projects with this 1946 Technicolor western, produced by Walter Wanger for Universal. more...
  • Crossfire (NR)

    An anti-Semitic war veteran (Robert Ryan) goes on a murderous rampage. more...
  • Django (NR)

    Sergio Corbucci's 1966 spaghetti western definitely corners the market on mud imagery: its mysterious title hero wanders into town dragging a coffin after him through the grimy, rutted streets, and when he takes down one bad guy, the man not only dies but topples over into quicksand and gets sucked into the earth. more...
  • Hawaiian Buckaroo (NR)

    Ray Taylor directed this 1938 drama starring Robert Taylor as a singing cowboy who saves a ranch in Hawaii. more...
  • Keoma (NR)

    Franco Nero stars in this 1976 spaghetti western as a half-white, half-Native American man whose town is terrorized by a group of ex-Confederate soldiers. more...
  • Let the Bullets Fly (NR)

    This period action comedy by Jiang Wen (Devils on the Doorstep) is great fun in the Shakespearean tradition, stuffed with lively characters, dramatic stand-offs, and stolen-identity subplots. more...
  • Navajo Joe (NR)

    A lanky young Burt Reynolds, in his second movie lead, plays a Navajo who rides down from the mountains to help some white townspeople drive off a gang of bad guys. more...
  • Rio Grande (NR)

    The final film of John Ford's cavalry trilogy (1950), dealing with an army colonel and his estranged wife (John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara) brought together during the Apache wars near the Mexican border. more...
  • The Storm (NR)

    A woman searches for her baby amid heavy storms that ravaged the Dutch coast in 1953. more...